So you’re looking at starting a new career in UX, huh? That’s exciting! It’s possibly also a little daunting, but don’t worry – we’re here to help. If you haven’t yet had a chance to take a look through our forums, get to it! You’re missing out on a real goldmine of information and networking opportunities. In this article we highlight some of the best.
Career Foundry’s Rosie Allabarton debunks 4 common myths around starting a career in UX, and offers some practical tips for those considering a career transition.
It’s an exciting time to be a UX professional, but before you look for a new UX job, Michelle asks you this question: “Is your UX portfolio up to par?”
If it’s not, these tips will help.
Have you been missing out on job after dream job in your quest to start a career in UX? Guest author Christine Ramirez shares some practical tips for creating a UX portfolio that will tick all the right boxes, and end up on all the right desks.
Hawk had the pleasure of hosting Dan Willis in our Ask the UXperts chatroom yesterday. They spent an hour talking through the ins and outs of The Future of UX Work.
Here is a full transcript for those of you that couldn’t make the session.
A little over a year ago, we launched our forum, and we now have a membership of over 500 people, all with one thing in common: a love of UX.
Hawk lists a few ways that you can use this unique, supportive community to your benefit.
UX Mastery is heading offline—in a good way!
We have a ton of in-person UX workshops and social gatherings coming up. Now’s the time to take advantage of early bird pricing on our popular UX training.
We’re running a collaborative UX project to design a portfolio for new community member Noquarter and we’re inviting you to join us. This is a unique opportunity to be involved in a project with a group of UX professionals with a wealth of different backgrounds and experiences. Hawk explains more…
On Saturday, Matt spoke at World IA Day in Wellington, New Zealand, on the topic of “architecting happiness”.
Matt explored the theme of how we can architect happiness through our own career, and how the container of “UX” can allow us to find our calling without resorting to drastic change.
UXmas, the digital advent calendar for user experience designers, is back for 2014.
This is the third year that we’ve collaborated with friends to bring you a festive collection of educational socking-stuffers.
Be sure to make a daily UXmas article part of your festive routine.